Terry Day, Alison Blunt, Ute Kanngeisser + Phil Minton. Sunday 21st of September at 3:30pm

                          

Hundred Years Gallery is pleased to present another of Terry Day’s popular Sunday afternoon improvisation sessions. Once again we have a line up of exceptional musicians who will play in various combinations: Terry Day, reeds, balloons, Alison Blunt, violin, Ute Kanngeisser, cello and Phil Minton, voice

Terry Day is a specialist on his sundry collection of instruments, and creates an associative music that defies the expected. He has succeeded in giving the balloon a place amongst the flora & fauna of new musical instruments, lending itself, in his particular hands, to brass & percussive expressions.
Dick Lucas, Jazz NU

Phil Minton is best known for his startling vocal improvisations. This sensible looking man proffers slices of his unfettered soul. Not long ago these croaks, burps, high-pitched exhalations, deep-throated drones and shreds of garbled half-language would have seen Minton either burnt or hailed as an emissary of God.
Stewart Lee, The Sunday Times

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